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How Mrs. Clinton Might Function In Clubby Senate; Celebrity Will Make Her One Of The Most Prominent, and Most Scrutinized, Members.
Now first lady and senator elect, Hillary Rodham Clinton faces many challenges. The article includes quotes from Hamilton professor of government Phil Klinkner. More ...
Party-loyal Electors Could Change Their Votes, But It's Unlikely They Will
The article questions whether the Electoral College vote is a sure thing and includes several quotes from Government Professor Richard Powell. More ...
Campaign 2000; Eyes On The Congress Prize; Very Close Races Coast To Coast Raise Many Hopes
The story predicts that Republicans could win both the House and the Senate, professor Phil Klinkner is quoted. More ...
Shades Of Indifference Apathetic May Decide Senate Race
The story is about New York's high-profile race for the U.S. Senate. The story also includes quotes from government professor and director of the Arthur Levitt School of Public Affairs, Phil Klinkner. More ...
Campus Newcomers Arrive With More Skill, Better Gear
The front page story contains comments by Hamilton ITS Director Dave Smallen in regards to the growing technological skill of students. More ...
Youthful Link To Politics/ Internet Could Deliver More Under-25 Votes
Hamilton student's NY2K Web site is featured as part of a larger story about under-25 voters. More ...
Voting Strategy/ With Traditional Efforts To Get Young People To Vote A Dismal Failure, Organizers Say It's Time For A New Approach
The story includes reference to the Hamilton youth survey released the previous week. More ...
Politics Not Wasted On The Young
A survey conducted by Zogby International and funded by Hamilton College shows that students are more interested in Politics than many think. More ...
Celtic Legacy Unmasking Halloween's Benign Spirit
Professor Hans Peter Broedel argues that Halloween originated as the Celtic version of New Year's Eve and isn't satanic at all. More ...
In The Garden
The story is about the tree peony and it includes reference to A.P. Saunders who was a professor at Hamilton College. More ...
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